To host a perfect holiday party you need Halloween balloons! You’re going to love these unique Halloween balloon decoration ideas. Cute and easy!
I’m such a huge fan of Halloween – it’s a wonder I haven’t had a Halloween party in years! I like attending more than I like organizing, so that I can fully enjoy myself. If you aren’t a natural party planner, and I’m not, I’m sure you know what I mean.
But let’s say I were planning a Halloween party . . . I’d definitely have all sorts of balloons. I feel like balloons are one of those party decor items that always make a big impact. And as you have probably seen around, decorating balloons in various ways is pretty popular right now. I completely endorse this behavior!
I’m happy to share a bunch of Halloween balloon decorating ideas with you today that I think are super cool. If you’re planning a party this year for All Hallow’s Eve, you may want to use one or more of these ideas.
And even if you aren’t having a party, a lot of them are fun for kids to make as well, just to use for decorations. Enjoy my 20+ picks below – and let me know your favorite projects in the comments!
This collection has over 20 Halloween balloon ideas perfect for your classroom or party! I also encourage you to consider these holiday balloons for some unique home decor. They look great hanging from a mantel!
See how to create a really fun backdrop/garland decoration for your Halloween party! It’s the perfect party backdrop for your little ghosts and goblins to dress up in their spooktacular costumes, carve pumpkins and, of course, eat all the sweets.
Can you believe these are balloons? Awesome, right? With this clever idea who needs the real thing (pumpkins rot in the heat too quickly anyway). You can make your own "pumpkins" and they’ll last the entire Halloween season.
Fill some colorful balloons with sand and decorate! This is a great DIY for kids to make after school or over the weekend, and the finished pumpkins can be used for decoration or as a Halloween hacky sack or festive stress ball.
Have you ever used cheesecloth to make ghosts? The thin, gauze-like material has been a Halloween crafting staple for decades and for good reason. The trick to these "floating" ghosts? You guessed it - balloons!
If you enjoyed these cute Halloween party projects, I’d love for you to check out these other ideas: